Strategic cost control is always a high priority for business leaders, but with inflation at a 40-year high, it’s a topic that’s getting new attention.

Inflation is an important factor in managing your business’s finances, but it’s not the only factor, and it’s still possible to grow your business during times of high inflation.

Join Argyle and TripActions for a timely webinar to learn how you can get control of your business’s hard and soft costs and thrive in any financial climate.

You will learn:

  • How to think about inflation in a broader market context
  • Specific methods to control hard and soft costs
  • Techniques to achieve real-time visibility into your costs to increase efficiency and savings
  • Market factors that are impacting travel rates


Ted Capeless

Director of Sales & Head of Global Partnerships

Anu Dass

Global Programme Manager - Consulting

Jennifer Lee

Product Marketing Manager

Mindy Owen

Travel & Expense

Field of Study:Finance



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

Attend this event and earn FREE Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credit

Event Inquiries: For inquiries as well as complaints concerning this event, you are welcome to send an email message to [email protected].

Please note that only those who attend the live event will have the opportunity to earn continuing professional education (CPE) credit in connection with this event. Because there is no charge to register for this event, there are no refunds following registration for this event.

To be eligible to earn one CPE credit during each session that offers attendees the opportunity to earn CPE credit, you must answer at least three polling questions while attending the session for a minimum of 50 minutes.

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